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    Has anyone put in an application for the Florida CCL?

     

    I'd wager there's a large percentage of the membership here who have a Florida non-resident permit, myself included.

     

    How'd you go about that process? I've been sort of looking into it but am unsure of how to do so.

     

     

    Here ya go.

     

    Should have everything you need there, but you're welcome to ask specific questions if you need. Just FYI, if you have your Illinois CCL already, the training you took is sufficient to get your Florida permit.

  2. Just out of pure curiosity, what is really meant by QC Verified? Obviously I get that it means your app has passed quality checks and everything is in order. But does this also mean your prints, photo, and training cert were verified good to go? I've heard of guys waiting 60 days just to get rejected for a unreadable training cert and starting back at day 0. So does QC Verified basically mean everything is in-line and just waiting approval now?

     

    I believe so, yes.

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    okay thank you again... i haven't had any issues since i got my foid in oct 2015, have you seen people get there foid then get an objection for there ccl?

     

     

     

    Yep. The FOID and CCL have different standards, as evidenced by the abundance of B.S. objections by Dart. ;)

     

     

     

    would going to my state rep or senator help? and i applied a week after i turned 21... that couldn't be a problem right? lol

    Nope and nope lol.

     

    Though it wouldn't hurt to talk to your legislators, if nothing more than to voice your opinions of the way the FCCA's objection window is used to arbitrarily and subjectively delay/deny someone's rights, even when they meet all of the statutory qualification and eligibility requirements.

     

    I wouldn't be so quick to rule out the first nope. Not sure what they could do, but they won't do anything if you don't ask. A number of Senators and Representatives have procedures in place to help their constituents apply for CC through their offices. I'm sure some have encountered the same problem as you. We tend to forget they're there to represent us, just be polite and honest when explaining your situation. The worst that could happen is they might tell you they can't help.

     

    I did qualify that statement with a follow-up that it wouldn't hurt..

     

    But being that the OP lives in Cook County, it's unlikely that his legislators would even want to help.

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    okay thank you again... i haven't had any issues since i got my foid in oct 2015, have you seen people get there foid then get an objection for there ccl?

     

     

     

    Yep. The FOID and CCL have different standards, as evidenced by the abundance of B.S. objections by Dart. ;)

     

     

     

    would going to my state rep or senator help? and i applied a week after i turned 21... that couldn't be a problem right? lol

    Nope and nope lol.

     

    Though it wouldn't hurt to talk to your legislators, if nothing more than to voice your opinions of the way the FCCA's objection window is used to arbitrarily and subjectively delay/deny someone's rights, even when they meet all of the statutory qualification and eligibility requirements.

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    okay thanks a lot for your input, how does this board review process usually work? and how will i know when my objection is reversed?

     

    and i thought that leo agencies only had 30 days to object?

     

     

    Not sure why it took so long to change to "Under Board Review," but I've seen a few that this happened to. Still, the objection window is only 30 days... so more than likely, the lack of status change earlier on was just an oversight, or they're just really busy at the ISP and hadn't gotten around to updating it.

     

    Per recent posts from Molly, I believe the board is currently reviewing objections from last April/May time frame. Basically, once they get to your application, they'll have a look at the reasons provided for the objection. In many cases, they simply overturn the objection outright, in which case they'll send a letter stating something to that effect, and your status will go back to "Under Review." If they feel the objection might be warranted, they'll send you a letter which states the reason(s) for the objection, and ask that you respond with whatever "evidence" you feel should be needed to object to the objection. They'll then review everything and come to a decision.

     

    Assuming the info you have provided here is true, they'll likely just overturn the objection and not ask for anything from you.

     

    But you're in for a wait, either way.

  6. wow i was never involved in a fight, i did get a ticket for public urination by CPD ( against a dumpster in an alley ) over 2 years ago, i was helping my girl friends mom out at her job and accidentally hit the silent alarm about 3 years about with having to explain that to the police... and i once was arrested by CPD for not having my drivers license with me while i was in HS, but idk if it was an arrest because my friend followed the police to the station in my truck and i was released. but idk how this could affect anything?

     

    Correct, none of that means anything to reasonable, intelligent adults.

     

    However, you live in Cook County, and Sheriff Dart uses any possible excuse to object to CCL applications, which is the primary reason the board is close to a year behind at the moment.

     

    The board will likely reverse your objection, but it is going to take a while before that happens.

     

    Like maybe you'll get your CCL as a Christmas present, if you're lucky.

  7. what are the reasons i could have been objected, i have no clue?

     

    Living in Cook County, it could be any number of things.

     

    I've seen people receive objections for a fight they got into in high school, old misdemeanor arrests that never went anywhere, simply being picked up and taken to the station, but no arrest or charges... even people who only had contact cards written in their name.

     

    Basically, anything whatsoever related to any contact at all with law enforcement.

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    First post here, been going through the site for a couple weeks now. I applied on 4/2/2016 with prints, went "approved" using inspect element a week later? Seems too fast? Who knows, maybe it will approved not using inspect element soon though!

     

    You are just finishing up the 30 day rejection period that law enforcement has... now it needs to go to CCLB... As others have said inspect element is not approval

    Tom

     

     

    Apps only go to the CCLRB if there is an objection issued.

  9. My license was in the mail today [yesterday]. To fill everyone in, my app was finally approved after exactly 90 days [i did prints]. ..Coincidence? Took two full weeks to get my card in the mail once i was updated to active status. Forgive me if i don't sound thrilled to have my illinois ccl. Honestly, i'm kind of not. Don't get me wrong. I'm glad to have it. The sucky illinois process ruined all the excitement for me. Me and my wife submitted our apps within 20 minutes of each other. Her app was approved almost two months ago AND her card was in the mail five days later. How? We both submitted our Utah at the same time and both got our cards very quickly. Bottom line is, Illinois just sucks bad with their ccl process.

    With all that being said, i know there are a lot of guys still waiting. Keep your heads up, guys, and try not to do like me and let these clowns get you down

    I'd say there was likely an issue with your prints, causing your app to be placed into the "120 day" pile.

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    Applied on 2/11/16 and stayed under review until I called the ISP on 4/1/16 (DAY 50).They stated that I am rejected because my instructors name was stamped instead of hand written. Now resubmitted on 4/2/16 and must start back at day one.

    When the instructor receive their info from the ISP, is it clear that their signatures be handwritten?

     

     

    The certificate clearly says "INSTRUCTOR SIGNATURE".

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    Submitted 09.13.15 with prints. Today received CCL and new FOID.

     

     

    I have a serious question I see a lot of people getting their CCL fast but my question is has theses people ever had an arrest past the age of 18. I know thats very personal but i think that is playing a role in this whole board review issue. I won't like Im a 30 year old army vet and had 2 arrest when I was 17 Im just wondering about anyone else that had the same issue

    I had 2 arrests... age 20 and 21.

     

    No objections or board review for me.

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